This program is 30 minutes long
(London: Stephanie Gosk) The continuing casualties in the phone hacking scandal in Britain with the arrest of former "News of the World" editor Rebekah Brooks and the resignation of Scotland Yard chief of police Sir Paul Stephenson due to ties to the tabloid reviewed; details given about the rise of Brooks as editor, the hacking of the phone of murder victim Milly Dowler in 2002, the charismatic editor Rupert Murdoch, who has met with Prime Minister David Cameron. [STEPHENSON - comments on the case.] [BBC News analyst Neil SHAWN- talks about Brooks.] [Labour Party leader Ed MILIBAND- says politics must come clean about these relationships.] A second newspaper apology quoted.
(Studio: Lester Holt; New York: David Faker) Murdoch's efforts at damage control while the scandal has not yet crested and the question of how much will come over to the Us with the focus on James Murdoch, who runs news International, the threat of tarnish to US branches of the Murdoch empire with a possible FBI investigation discussed.
(Orlando: Kristen Dahlgren) The release of Casey Anthony from jail after the verdict in her murder trial featured; details given about how she is in hiding with public hatred directed her way; scenes shown of Casey leaving amid protesters and driving off in the dark of night. [NBC photojournalist Tony ZUMBADO†- recounts what happened with the release.] [Anthonys' attorney Mark LIPPMAN†- comments on Casey's safety.] [At the Caylee mourning site, WOMAN - criticizes Casey.] [MAN - reacts.]
(Frankfurt, Germany: Anne Thompson) The dramatic defeat of the US women's soccer team by Japan reviewed; game footage and the reaction around the world shown. ["Sports Illustrated" Grant WAHL- explains why it is harder for the US to win than in 1999.] [In Times Square and in Los Angeles, three WOMEN; in Germany, Jill BIDEN - react,]
(Lake Harriet, Minnesota: Eric Fisher) The hot weather reviewed and previewed; scenes from the Minneapolis area and temperature map shown.
(Baltimore: Lisa Myers) The high cost of the one dollar coins with the images of US presidents that are seldom used examined; scenes shown from inside the Federal Reserve coin vault in Baltimore where teh coins are stored in bags. [On the street, PEOPLE - react to the coins.] The cost statistics for minting and storing the coins cited. [Former Congressman Earl POMEROY - admits the idea did not work; agrees it is a waste of taxpayer money.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The political showdown over the budget deficit and the debt ceiling examined; scenes shown of the Obama family; details given about Senate debate on a fallback plan and President Obama's announcement of his nomination of Richard Cordray to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau formed after the 2008 financial meltdown since Elizabeth Warren could not get confirmed in the Senate.